Tags: World Children's Day
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WORLD CHILDREN'S DAY 2023: "CHILDREN LIVE IN A WORLD THAT IS INCREASINGLY HOSTILE TO THEIR RIGHTS"
Statement by UNICEF Executive Director Catherine Russell
Youth activists from across Canada to gather in Ottawa for National Child Day
UNICEF Canada Ambassador Simu Liu will participate in conversations with young changemakers
Racism and discrimination against children rife in countries worldwide – UNICEF
New report outlines how children are discriminated against in health, access to government resources, and education; analysis of 22 countries shows advantaged groups are twice as likely to have basic reading skills
Violence, conflict and unrest robs nearly 580 children of their lives in the Middle East and North Africa since start of year
Ahead of World Children’s Day, UNICEF calls for protection of children and their rights across region
UNICEF Canada calls on Canadians to Go Blue for National Child Day to recognize children’s sacrifices during the pandemic
This year, UNICEF Canada is asking everyone to Go Blue on November 20 to thank the kids in their lives, across the country and around the world who have given up so much to help fight and control the pandemic.